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If an AI system can excel here, it will have matched an important dimension of human cognition.

You write that language is endlessly creative but also our cognition is constrained by the structure of language.

This finding seems to sit nicely with the more socially oriented idea of “cultural cognition,” touted by Yale law and psychology scholar Dan Kahan.

Human cognition is inseparable from the unconscious emotional responses that go with it.

“Mushroom bodies are mostly responsible for learning and cognition,” Gill explains.

Exercise improves not only physical fitness and health, but also mood and cognition.

Thinking and cognition can be inhibited, with executive function demonstrating particularly notable challenges.

He talks with doctors and scientists who study cognition, and cites a raft of research that bolsters his hypothesis.

The more data these folks accumulated, the more automatic our higher cognition began to appear to them.

Here are the four things cognizant people should know about the decade when computers mastered our cognition.

The free play of the faculty of cognition which had been determined by Kant is also developed by Schiller.

He brings another argument to prove that Cognition is not the same as true opinion.

Both opinion, and cognition, consist in comparisons and computations made by the mind about the facts of sense.

Second definition given by Theætêtus — That Cognition consists in right or true opinion.

If the man catches what is really a non-cognition, he will not suppose it to be such, but to be a cognition.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cognition, such as: acknowledgment, apprehension, attention, awareness, cognizance, and comprehension.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.